– Definition of High-purity Lactulose
Lactulose was first manufactured in 1929 and began medical use in the 1950s. The most effective and safe drugs essential to the health system are listed on the WHO Essential Drug List.
Lactulose is a non-absorbable sugar used to treat constipation and hepatic encephalopathy. It usually starts after 8 to 12 hours, but can take up to two days to improve constipation.
It can be purchased over the counter.
– Major Physiological Function of High-purity Lactulose
Low calorie: 0kcal/g
Helps with constipation
Intestinal regulation: Functions as a prebiotics
Hepatic encephalopathy treatment effect
Blood sugar control
【Molecular structure of High-purity Lactulose】